Range Rover Evoque: Epb manual use

Epb manual use
Epb manual use

1. To apply the parking brake, with the vehicle stationary, pull up the lever and release it.

The parking brake warning

The parking brake warning lamp will illuminate. It is important to confirm that the lamp is continuously illuminated (not flashing), as this indicates the brake has been correctly applied.

If the lever is operated when the vehicle speed is less than 3km/h (2mph) the vehicle will be brought to an abrupt stop.

The stop lamps will not be illuminated.

If a fault is detected the warning lamp will flash and a PARKBRAKE message will be displayed in the message centre.

Note: The red brake warning indicator will continue to be illuminated for at least ten seconds after the ignition has been turned off.

2. To release the parking brake, press the brake pedal and press down on the EPB lever.

parking Driving the vehicle with the parking brake applied, or repeated use of the parking brake to slow the vehicle, may cause serious damage to the brake system.

In an emergency, with the vehicle travelling more than 3km/h (2mph), pulling on the EPB lever and holding gives a gradual reduction in speed. The brake warning indicator will illuminate accompanied by a warning tone and a PARKBRAKE message appearing in the message centre. The stop lamps will illuminate.

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